Most people have heard of crew, but few are familiar with dragonboating, another highly competitive aquatic team sport. In fact, many of the Stanford Dragonboat team members themselves had never heard of the sport before coming to Stanford.
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Which of the freshmen of the touted 2014 incoming class is primed to make the biggest immediate impact?
No. 27 Stanford men’s tennis will look to continue riding the hot streak on which it ended its season when it takes to the courts in Ojai, Calif. to kick off the Pac-12 Championships on Thursday before it likely earns a berth in the NCAA Tournament.
With a tough five-set victory over No. 6 UC-Irvine on Saturday, the No. 3 Stanford men's volleyball team extended its winning streak to 12 matches and advanced to the semifinals of the conference tournament.
I find myself waxing nostalgic over Colbert’s imminent death because his show was a special gem in the wreckage that is cable television today. People have praised or criticized the show for espousing particular ideologies, but the real heart of The Colbert Report had little to do with actual politics — it was far more a critique of modern discourse, where people refuse to agree on the facts. And, more importantly, it shed light on the complete absurdity of the world with enough levity to keep us from going insane.
The story of Cliven Bundy, a Nevada farmer currently in a standoff with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, reads like some kind of anachronistic, anarchist Wild West showdown to a city slicker like me. Bundy has been ranching cattle for decades on the land surrounding his family’s homestead, 80 miles from Las Vegas. The thing is, he hasn’t been doing it on his own land.
Noemi Berkowitz '16, director of this year’s annual production of “The Vagina Monologues,” says she has grown accustomed to the word “vagina.”
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